A recent report from an esteemed South Korean publication suggested Tesla and Toyota are poised to revisit an old partnership to develop an all-new electric vehicle.
Audi passenger airbags may deactivate even when occupants are in the passenger seats of more than 171,000 of these vehicles.
Hertz Global Holdings, Inc. announced March 30 it has made all of the required court filings in its Chapter 11 case needed to continue the process it initiated at the beginning of March to exit Chapter 11 in June.
Maaco now offers vehicle owners a new, unique and easy way to obtain estimates and book appointments to have their car painted and have minor dents, scratches or weather damages repaired with the Maaco online estimating tool.
Service King announced March 30 the launch of its 24/7 contactless self-schedule service, marking the first of its kind in the collision auto repair industry.
The global chip shortage slamming the auto industry will shut down five Stellantis plants in the U.S., Canada and Mexico for several weeks beginning March 29.
TechForce is a national nonprofit foundation that works in support of transportation technicians, helping people find jobs in the automotive field.
Volkswagen CEO Ralf Brandstaetter said the automaker has no plans to develop new internal combustion engines, according to a report by Automotive News Europe.
A Tesla owner has found himself in the middle of a battle worth more than $100,000 in property damages after his Model 3 Performance crashed while being driven out of a valet parking garage.
ABRA Auto Body Repair of America has teamed up with All Star Auto Lights to recognize the all-star technicians in its network of 55 collision repair facilities across America.